“Starting in December, gun owners in San Jose will have to put their guns in a locked box when they leave the house,” sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com reports. “A deeply divided City Council narrowly passed the new law which requires gun owners to secure their firearms in a gun safe, lockbox or with a trigger lock whenever they’re not home.” How, pray tell, is the SJPD going to enforce this new law? Surprise home inspections? Post-burglary investigations? Gun control lunacy aside . . .
Do you lock-up your guns when you’re not home? I know a Texan with a couple of functional wall hangers that remain in situ when he’s out and about. He reckons his alarm system and two big dogs protect his firearms, and resents the idea that the government should tell him what to do in the privacy of his own home, period. Right answer?